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on your radio, and on current tv this is the bill press show. >> for joe biden it is off to iowa! he's going to be the big star at the steak fry on september 15th. what do you say? can you believe it? this this is the "full court press." i hope i had a chance to kickback, relax over the weekend and recharge your batteries and roaring to go if you're not like the president and on vacation. congress is in town, the house and the senate while the first family is up on martha's vineyard. you can reach us and reach out we'll continue to look for your comments on twitter, and of course we check in with our friends all the time, and you can join us on www.billpres www.billpressshow. >> the man of many hats. >> bill: fixing coffee, i don't know what you're doing, but dan is here. and back from the national weekend. >> it was great. >> we usually have trouble with the fillies. >> the phillies are having more trouble than we are right now. >> yes, they are there didn't seem to be slumping as many phillies fans as there normalry are in washington, d.c. all you see are red caps, red shirts all o
the field. >> i don't think so. martin o'malley made noise he's interested, joe biden, and kristen gillibrand, elizabeth warren, a lot of buzz, and governor cuomo from new york. a lot of talk. and let me not forgot joe biden. he will call me this afternoon and remind me. it's too early to handicap the race, if hillary clinton gets into the race, there will be a coronation of her because there are so many democrats who last time around supported her, who i think are anxious to see her out there again. >> i read your brother, mayor of san antonio, heading to iowa as well. you accompanying him? >> he's not running for anything. he's headed out to the harkin steak fry in september. >> a lot of tilling of the ground. let me bring this back to you, congressman, because it seems there's a brewing potential civil war inside the republican party. you heard sarah palin last night said she was on the team of rand paul versus chris christie. >> there's a lot of competition out there. with regard to the democratic side, i seem to remember in 2007, this was hillary's nomination. obama may run ju
is playing it coy. vice president joe biden not at all coy. that is not his personality. he is making waves of his own. announcing he will travel to the key state of iowa next month. bob cusack joins us, managing editor of "the hill." bob, good to see you. clinton has 51-point lead in the latest poll over other contenders. whereas voters consistently are pretty divided in their opinion over joe biden. so i mean is he running in event she doesn't? and, you know, even if that's the case it is going to be a struggle for him, isn't it? >> it is. every vice president, unless you're dick cheney wants to the president. biden is doing the things to prepare for a run. i think it is highly unlikely he would run against hillary clinton. the narrative for joe biden he has been getting deals done in washington. in very partisan time he was the key player in getting the fiscal cliff deal done but he does not have the fund-raising ability or the persona that hillary clinton does. but, clearly, hillary clinton is aiming to run. she recently joined twitter. it is going to happen unless there's a health issu
daily caller." why don't we have a joe biden action flick? you've seen him in the aviators, right? >> joe biden is a fascinating guy. but as a conservative, i would say why not the life story of marco rubio. a great story, rags to riches kind of story. and that's really the point here. i think whether you're worried about the democratic primary or whether you're worried about media bias, which is always an issue, there does seem to be a little favoritism here. >> let's get to that real quick. is this basically an admission by a lot of folks in tv that hillary clinton is going to run? >> absolutely. >> because obviously that will make all these productions more successful, right? >> for every hook there has to be a timely media hook. that's the hook and that's the backdrop. but then i don't think hillary clinton is that fascinating. but her story includes bill clinton and barack obama, then it becomes quite fascinating when you tie in the fact that she is going to run. we all know she's going to run. >> marisa, you obviously cover hollywood. a lot of this suggests that politics is
, nbc news. >>> vice president joe biden's son remains at an anderson cancer center after undergoing medical tests on tuesday. bo biden set off a string of doctors visits. it's not clear what he's being tested for. this is not his first health scare. in 2010 he intent a week in the hospital after a mild stroke. touched by all your well wishes. will share update when we have it. vice president biden and other family members remain by his side in texas. >>> three hours from now army private bradley manning will learn his fate. the man behind the largest leak of classified documents in u.s. history could spend the rest of his life in prison. good morning to you and what can we expect at this morning's hearing? >> reporter: we know the hearing starts just three hours from now, 10:00 eastern time. we know bradley manning will find out how much of his life he'll spend in a military prison. what we're expecting is for the judge to come out and make a determination what she believes is the most fair. of course, the maximum is 90 years in prison is what he could get. he was convicted of leaki
, a number of republicans have done it that way. on the democratic side joe biden, a guy named joe biden jumped into the race early back in was it, '93 and then got out quickly. getting in early, jim, is not necessarily a guaranty of success. >> no. look, every democrat thought that teddy kennedy would get the nomination, probably in '76. and then in 80 and 84. because he was such a huge name, chappaquiddick notwithstanding. mark shields, veteran democratic pundit likes to joke he was first guy to plan the inauguration for president muskie in 1973. of course he was the democrat who lost to george mcgovern in the primary. there are 30 twist and turns to come. the jon, the fact you're praising iowa's farmland tells me that, gleam in your eye. >> muskie had not shed a tear he might have been president if he hadn't cried in new hampshire. many people may think hillary is foregone conclusion which may not be true but others in the field could be easily running for vice president. as you pointed out, joe biden started really early, he became the choice of barack obama to be vp. so that could b
-- the joe biden's wife, dr. joe biden, they made this their mission. and because of their efforts, joining forces, more americans are stepping up to support your families. and that includes more companies hiring our talented military spouses. after everything you've done for america, every american ought to be doing something to support your families. as this time of war ends, some of you will be taking off the uniform and returning to civilian life. and just as we gave you the tools to succeed on the battlefield, i want to make sure we're giving you the tools to succeed in the next stage of your lives as well. so we've improved transition assistance to help you find the job that's worthy of your skills. we're helping you and your families pursue your education under the post-9/11 g.i. bill and making sure instead of off, schools that give you the education you paid for are being held accountable. we're making sure more states and more industries are recognizing your military skills with licenses and credentials you need for a civilian job. when i first came into office, i was meeting medi
so. martin o'malley made noise he's interested, joe biden, and kristen gillibrand, elizabeth warren, a lot of buzz, and governor cuomo from new york. a lot of talk. and let me not forgot joe biden. he will call me this afternoon and remind me. it's too early to handicap the race, if hillary clinton gets into the race, there will be a coronation of her because there are so many democrats who last time around supported her, who i think are anxious to see her out there again. >> i read your brother, mayor of san antonio, heading to iowa as well. you accompanying him? >> he's not running for anything. he's headed out to the harkin steak fry in september. >> a lot of tilling of the ground. let me bring this back to you, congressman, because it seems there's a brewing potential civil war inside the republican party. you heard sarah palin last night said she was on the team of rand paul versus chris christie. >> there's a lot of competition out there. with regard to the democratic side, i seem to remember in 2007, this was hillary's nomination. obama may run just to be ready in 2016. the p
%. that is more than double john edwards, al gore, john kerry and joe biden. now you know this is one name not on that list, that would be obama because he did not declare his candidacy until 2007. all right. enough of the real news. let's hit the cool er. stephen colbert on higher hourly wages. thousands of states walk out demanding twice the hourly salaries. >> $15 an hour. what do they think? the arches are made of gold? i mean the consequences of a wage increase are horrifying to kplag contemplate. there were 4.4 million front line cashiers, cooks and crew in the fast food industry. a living wage would eliminate 3.6 million poor people. that's the kind of thing hitler used to talk about. it only someone had been around to give him a happy meal. >>> jimmy kimmel talking about the new technology that allows facebook to predict what you'll be interested in on your news feed. >> facebook said they changed theal ga rhythm. it could determine which posts you will find interesting and if you miss them when posted, they move them back to the top of your list. what would be better is if they're
. >> vice president joe biden heading to iowa too. biden scheduled to deliver a speech next month at the biggest democratic events of the year. senator tom harkins steak fry fundrais fundraiser. biden attended in 2007 with then presidential contenders, barack obama and hillary clinton. so far he has not ruled out a 2016 run. >> hanging out with grandma may be key to a sound mind. researchers at boston college say spending time with the grandparents is good for your mental health. when adults and grandparents have a strong emotional relationship. both have decreased symptoms of depression. strong relationships outside of the nuclear family were vital to staying mentally healthy. interesting. >> president obama is full vacation mode, week long visit to martha's vineyard. >> for president obama, vacation means golf. reporters allowed a rare shot of the president on the course. maybe the first duffer was feeling pressure. three putted the first hole. no word on the president's score. group took his time. he was on the course for five hours. was he wearing shorts. he was wearing shorts
swing as 2013 joe biden will attend iowa democratic senator tom har ke-- harken's event it draws a lot of hopefuls. king said he is serious about his run for the white house. king just came back from new hampshire and will return next month. donald trump visited the iowa state fair fuelling talk he might be running. trump says republicans must find the right candidate if they want to win. the question is will that be him? he is going to answer it later this morning on "fox & friends" at 7:00 a.m. >> i have a feeling he won't exact lanes it. >> we will see. got to watch. >> jason finally did it. >> with the bogey on the 18th hole to win the pga championship. he finished 10 under par for the tournament. it is a major redemption after he had an epic collapse two years ago in the same tournament. this is dufne res -- dufner's ft major championship. we are following a sink hole that is swallowing a resort. >> you probably already have this beauty product in your bathroom right now but now you are going to have to show your id to buy it. we will explain up next. right now, 7 years of music i
days. leaving it to vice president joe biden yesterday to make the case for a war. >> there is no doubt who is responsible for this heinous use of chemical weapons in syria. the syrian regime. >> and the white house is expected to release newly de classified ingenls to make the administration pay for the syrian regime is responsible for a chemical weapons attack killed hundreds last week. at the same time the white house is careful to say bish char al-assad will not be a target to any military action. >> the options we are considering are not about regime change. they are about responding to clear violation of an international standard that prohibits the use of chemical weapons. >> critics wonder this, if assad is not the car get what is the goal in syria and will limited action a quick wave of missile strikes make a bad situation even worse? >> i know for a fact from my own contacts inside syria with the opposition forces they have high expectations because this is the first time anybody has done anything to help them. if all we do is something symbolic they will be devastated. >> nati
joe biden heading to iowa too. biden scheduled to deliver a speech next month at the biggest democrating events of the year. senator tom harkins steak fry fund raiser. biden attended in 2007 with contenders, barack obama and hillary clinton. so far he has not ruled out a 2016 run. >> hanging out with grandma may be key to a sound mind. researchers say spending time with the grandparents is good for your mental health. when adults and grandparents have a strong emotional relationship. strong relationships outside of the nuclear family were vital to staying mentally healthy. >> president obama is full vacation mode, week long visit to martha's vineyard. >> for president obama, vacation reporters allowed a rare shot of the president on the course. maybe the first dufer was feeling pressure. three putted the first hole. no word on the president's score. group took his time. hoo was on the course for five hours. was he wearing shorts. he was wearing shorts. surprised by that. >> people have a hard time at golf period. when you add cameras, or just one pool camera. >> positively. >
!, democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. and vice obama president joe biden met with a group of tall -- top lawmakers thursday to discuss growing concerns about the nsa's broad surveillance programs. the meeting occurred just hours after russia granted nsa whistleblower edward snowden tipperary asylum for a year. snowden was the source behind a number of recent weeks about the nsa's ability to conduct surveillance across the globe. most recently, the guardian newspaper revealed the existence of a secret program called xkeyscore that gives nsa analysts real-time access to "nearly everything a typical user does on the internet" including e-mails, chats, and browsing history. the guardian has also revealed the u.s. government has paid more than $150 million to the q over they agency gch last few years to secure access to and influence over britain's intelligence gathering programs. on thursday, white house press secretary jay carney criticized russia for granting snowden asylum. >> we are extremely disappointed the russian government would take this step despite our
and economically that will weigh on this choice. >> samantha power, sworn in today by joe biden. there was a white house photo. no other coverage. but samantha power is the new united nations ambassador. her husband was an administration official standing there holding the bible. irish born. she was pulitzer prize winner and this is going to be a very different kind of u.n. ambassador. >> yeah. interventionist as well as we've seen back in the libya debate, with susan rice now as national security advisor. they are also going to have to get to work on how they deal with russia. >> thank you so very much, david gregory. and see you on sunday. >>> and we'll be right back. , they don't throw out as much pollution to the earth. so i feel good. i feel like i'm doing my part to help out the environment. >>> so what is behind the extraordinary measures taken to protect american diplomatic posts this weekend? joining me now is dan benjamin, former coordinator for counterterrorism at the state department and currently director of the sloan dickie center for international understanding at dartmouth college.
rubio and ted cruz say that is unfair to us? hillary clinton and joe biden weigh in and say you didn't do a cover story about us. it's allowed russ. rein -- ludicrous. they are now threatening to shut the government down is what priebus should be skeng trating on. >> they came out with ideas about the rnc and autopsy report of 2012. in that autopsy, priebus says he wants to limit the number of debates in 2016. the republican candidates advma themselves look bad in debates. this is buying him cover, isn't it? >> no. the number of debates doesn't stop stupid coming out of your mouth. you can just have one debate and have that happen. >> doesn't this limit the chances statistically greatly by having less debates? >> yeah. that may be. the fact of the mat is, you know, we have been talking in my last year in office about moving the convention up out from late august into earlier in the process to having a fix the number of debates that would be sponsored and conducted with the rnc partnership with the media. and made that somewhere between six and eight debates over the course of the pri
numbers are big in new hampshire. 62%. joe biden with 8%. deval patrick at 5. cory booker at 2% and andrew cuomo at 1%. if hillary clinton were to declare this is a shoe-in at this point. she's not said boo about which way she's thinking. >> that's true. it is a unique set of circumstances. hillary clinton is a powerhouse with no real rival since eisenhower in terms of people getting ready to run. if she runs it will be difficult to even compete with her on any level. if she doesn't the field is wide open. >> let's talk about the emerging star on the right. when it comes to the gop primary chris christie is on top with 21% followed by rand paul with 16 and then marco rubio. cruz is in the single digits. marco rubio was on top of the list. now we see chris christie. what is happening? >> you are polling moderate republicans who want washington to work. if we look at 2016 what you see, the fact that you have a tea party candidate, libertarian candidate like rand paul going head to head with chris christie they may eat each other alive and not have a shot at the white house again. if you look
. hillary is going to be tougher to beat. >> now we have vice president joe biden confirming he is the key note speaker in an annual steak fry in iowa that is coming up next month. this sounds very familiar. what are the chances of the people that we have already seen showing up in iowa being true contenders come 2016? >> we have a mix of rodeo clowns who are in. it because they just want to stay relevant. donald trump. rick santorum has a narrow base appeal and people are rising stars and proving themselves such as ted cruz. everybody is talking about how ted cruz did so it's possible that he is on track to be the favorite for 2016. >> one thing about donald trump taking aim at hillary but before we get to hillary, talk about donald for a moment. we heard what irin thinks. he is showing up to remain relevant? it has no real bearing on presidential hopefulness. >> if i was rich and bored i probably would do the same thing. why not? he can. what he loves is publicity. he is like the dark hole, you know, of that all strange political publicity gets sucked into. he is just there for fun. >> s
of elephant this time. that's the reality. there's a lot of people who would run if hillary doesn't run. joe biden, martin o'malley, howard dean or at least strongly consider it. i think that's something why not, go hang out in iowa, see what the temperatures are like. raise your hand, tell people you're still around. remember, newt gingrich had famously said in 2012, don't tell them you're not running. once you do that, no one pays attention to you. >> now, as republicans wrap up their summer meeting in boston, what does the fight for the right mean for the party and the candidates who want to lead it? let's bring in the rest. we're bringing in "the washington post" jackie kucinich who happens to be my host of our new web show. and viviana arturo, founder of the wives latino club. jackie, let me start with you. this is fascinating. chris christie, between fighting with rand paul openly, kind of speaking his mind, that we need to win. it's a view many people in the establishment and the party hold. is it a view that he can run? and more importantly, win on in 2016? >> depending on what part
overwhelmingly admire the job she did. just look at the new hampshire democratic poll that was out. 60-8 over joe biden who i think has been the best vice president in my lifetime. she's 60-8 ahead. she is in a different stratosphere than she was in 2007-2008. >> i tell you what i would do, ed, if i were running the rnc, i would buy time and when the phone rings at 3:00 in the morning, add again, the president's foreign policy, i think that would make some people chatter. >> 860 some odd plus days until iowa. i think we have some time to think about both of those things. i have a feeling we may talk about this again. >>> moving on right now, some other stories that we are talking about, it is the battle of the bio pics at the box office. the much buzz about "the butler" which features oprah winfrey's first major movie performance in 15 years. also hitting theaters, the story about steve jobs that stars ashton kutcher. they say that everything is bigger in texas. well, if you're talking about large screen hd tvs, they might be right. tuesday the houston texans, by the way, unveiled the world's lar
a forceful argument on that? >> well, i think that the joe biden and barack obama have invested a lot after the bush and cheney administration to come in and say these norms of the international order developing a stronger allergy to the proliferation and use of weapons of mass destruction across all chemical, biological and nuclear weapons, this is something that matters and needs to be restored. it's a defining effort by this administration. so i think the other thing is people like me have been skeptical of the president's moves in places like libya and his ability to keep that a small footprint military action and he delivered on that. i suspect that people like chuck hagel and the department of defense, denis mcdonough, his chief of staff, barack obama himself, have no enthuse wrachl about going to war again in the middle east. that makes us more compelling. iraq had an administration that wanted o run into war without evidence. this is a presidency reluctant to do this. but feeling not responding when such an international norm is collapsing, to take his back to the nightmares that us
president. i think hillary clinton could be a potentially successful president. the same thing with joe biden. i think it's too early to determine whether either of them will run, although obviously the assumption is both of them will. regardless of what maureen dowd says, this is a race about each individual preserving their own record and their own legacy. i think it's about a clinton third term or obama third term. it's about that person running on that person's record. what susan is dealing with and what i'm dealing with in the democratic party is that the republican party it seems to me has lost its sense of seriousness with ted cruz and marco rubio to a certain extent each and rand paul who between them have, what? five years of experience in national government? the one candidate who is serious in the republican side, chris christie potentially, is not very well liked among republicans. he is better liked among democrats than independents. i think they have a real challenge on their hands. >> keith, i think you may see a real challenge when it comes to the democrats who are looki
the criminal trial begins in march. ♪ ♪ gregg: vice president joe biden admitted to a texas hospital after a dizzy spell. a spokesperson for bo biden saying that he got weak and disoriented while driving on a family vacation. his dad, joe biden, had accompanied him to a houston-area hospital. bo biden will undergo a series of tests there. martha: and a new twist in the edward snowden nsa leak case. what a former organization is accused of doing now with those very precious and important leaked documents. gregg: and the brand new photos of his royal highness, prince george. [cheers and applause] martha: and nowew controversy over who cnn has now hired to direct the documentary about hillary clinton. wait until you hear this. it says quite a bit. the rnc communications director, sean spicer, will be with us on this next. [cheers and applause] >> a network that spends millions of dollars to spotlight hillary clinton is a network with an obvious bias, and that's a network that won't be hosting a single republican primary debate. [cheers and applause] the great outdoors... ...and a great deal.
into presidential politics. joe biden is his vice president and hillary clinton is a friend. >> did you ever have two friends running for student council and the anguish of who you would support for secretary of the student council. it's like that on steroids. but not really. these are two folks who are or were important members of his administration. he's walking a fine line. i don't think you see him weigh in until the nominee is decided in 2016. if he's not popular he may take a back seat. >> a loft conversation is it's unlikely that both joe biden and hillary clinton will be in the primary. that will likely be hammered out oh first. >> i don't know. it could be really interesting. >> it will be interesting regardless. but will there be a fight? we'll see. thank you very much. great to have you in new york. >> definitely. >> we'll take a break. when we come back, stunning details about the final seconds of southwest flight 345. what the captain tried to do when the jet was just 400 feet from impact. >> an american in italy triggering outrage after breaking the finger off a 600-year-old statue
. >>> doctors are trying to figure out what's wrong with vice president joe biden's oldest son. delaware attorney general bo biden underwent testing with his dad by his side. the vice president's office says bo became disoriented and weak last week and did suffer a mild stroke three years ago. we'll keep you posted. >>> after days of being pressured to do so, cnn has learned the obama administration is stopping some military aid to egypt. this comes amid escalating violence between supporters of ousted president mohamed morsi and the interim government. pentagon correspondent chris lawrence joins us now. good morning, chris. >> good morning, carol. the obama administration is temporarily delaying military aid to egypt while it considers and determines if it wants to let future aid go through. whichever way the president decides, you can bet there are big american companies and a lot of american workers who have a stake in that decision. the obama administration could say enough's enough and cut aid to egypt, but some american companies want to keep that money flowing, because they are th
. >> steve: there is another health scare this morning for vice president joe biden's son. the delaware attorney general is waking up in a hospital in houston this morning after feeling disoriented and weak. it happened during a family vacation last week. the 44-year-old had a mild stroke in 2010. he also served a year in iraq back in 2008 with the national guard. this morning he's in houston. >> brian: all right. read this. >> steve: cnn's latest hire being met with strong criticism. they announced courtney sexton has been hired as the senior director for its films unit. she was a main force behind liberal documentaries like al gore's "an inconvenient truth" and jimmy carter, "man from plains." they say the move shows cnn's upcoming documentary on hillary clinton will be one sided propaganda. >> brian: i read now. 9-year-old new york boy won the library club reading contest for the fifth year in a row. instead of being congratulated, he's being told to step aside. the director says tyler weaver hogs the competition and should be banned. that's the winner. the self-proclaimed king of th
of democrats are laughing about this. five years ago we had this guy joe biden, barack obama, hillary clinton, they went at it pretty tough and they won the white house. if you handle this right a good feisty debate is good for the party. >> i would love to put the politician in the bronco. they need more than beer. >> they can pay for the gas. >> one of the things the democrats are celebrating is the student loan bill got done. why do they think this is so good for families? >> because washington did something that matters to middle class families. most days we are talking about washington being incapable of tying shoes. the republicans say they won with their approach to make it market based. the rates are tied to the ten year treasury bill. they actually got something done. people went in the room and kept trying until they figured out a reasonable compromise. now we will see it go into effect. this is another thing. do people say i like this deal or do people say they have problems with the deal? it is one of the things we need to watch. >> this is one of the areas where you saw the divis
's day parade. i'm officially forecasting that hilary is coming out of the gate and joe biden will be her vp. house smooth the transition would be if he stayed on at vp. i forecast obama winning in may of '07 among many other premonitions that have come true. that is interesting. >> there is no constitutional amendment against it. that's only for the president. >> stephanie: that's awesome, and then christie and rand paul will still be scuffling on the ground. art in san diego you are on the "stephanie miller show." hi, art. >> caller: hey, how it is going? there is a remote chance that bob filner might be getting railroaded down here in san diego. there is a lot of mean girls down here. >> stephanie: oh, you mean all of those women are making it up? what do you mean? >> caller: i don't know all of those women, but there may be a chance, and i got to say that maybe all of the national -- excuse me -- i'm a little nervous -- all of the national media is learnly jumping on and don't really know -- one example, virtually every city official is guaranteed to be defended by the -- against any
in the justice department, and was a counsel to then-senator joe biden. johnson was jay general counsel for the defense department until last year. a legal overview of everything the u.s. military and defense department was doing , a lot of which we will discuss here. for the general counsel air force and assistant u.s. attorney, hired in new york by rudy giuliani, back in the day. jane harman needs no introduction to anybody here. he is the executive director of the woodrow wilson center. served how many terms in congress? nine terms in congress as ranking member on the house intelligence committee for many years, and then the homeland security committee. is the executive director of the aclu, and has been a consistent voice for civil liberties on all the issues we are going to talk about. let us start right off with the nsa program. i know some of it was covered in the previous panel, but i want to get into, with raj, how it actually works. i am talking about the metadata program, which was probably the biggest disclosure by edward snowden, the fact that millions and millions of recor
-senator joe biden. jay johnson was the general counsel for the defense department until last year, and that gave him legal overview about everything the u.s. military and defense department was doing, a lot of which we're going to discuss here. before that he was general counsel for the air force and assistant u.s. attorney, i understand, hired in new york by rudy giuliani back in the day that he was, served on that. jane harmon needs no introduction to anybody here. she's now the executive director or director of the woodrow wilson center, served for how many terms in congress? >> nine. >> nine terms in congress, was ranking member on the house intelligence committee for many years and then the homeland security committee. and anthony romero is the executive director of the aclu and has been a consistent voice for civil liberties on all the issues we're going to talk about. so let's start right off with the nsa program. i know some of it was covered in the previous panel, but i want to get into it, raj, a little bit how it actually works, and i'm talking about the metadata which
president joe biden believe he can win the 2016 democratic presidential nomination. that's even in hillary clinton enters the race. biden allies are considering steps for a white house run. officially, the vice president has made no decision about another bid for the presidency. >> heavy rain brought flash floods to parts of the gulf coast this weekend. gulf port mississippi is swamped. and flooding caused schools to be canceled today in three florida counties. more rain is in the forecast. >> >>> good morning. got a few clouds around the bay area this morning. so far it is quiet. this afternoon could get interesting. possibility of isolated thunderstorms around the bay area. looking back towards san francisco a little hazy and dense fog. low pressure spinning off the coastline. it is going to sit there the next few days and keep things unsettled through wednesday. red flag warnings up in the mountain tops. up into the 90s. >>> that national report sponsored by the new thriller in theaters august 28th. >>> new questions this morning about the death of princess diana. >> repor
. that is the sort of resources and reporting that we pride ourselves on. and >> i remember joe biden always came in dead last. least rich on capitol hill. he made $200 on his book last year. [laughter] >> i know everyone has questions. each team has worked somewhere else. some of you have worked in more traditional places compared to where you are now. can you tell us how that is different for you personally, what you feel has been a change for you perhaps in moving into the work you are doing now. we're also interested in how you help students prepare for this environment where there are all of these opportunities. what do they need to know to take a vantage of opportunities that are out there? >> i think they need to learn how to code. as someone who has worked for a newspaper for 24 years, the last six of that running politifact. i am struck by the tremendous opportunity for opportune it -- opportunity for students that can understand the fundamental of journalism and understand computer science, understand html and want to take the curiosity of record a list and put it to work on the web. >>
. circle october 1st when enrollment begins and joe, politico is reporting that starting october 1st a whole political campaign around it. you will have the president, the first lady, the vice president, dr. jill biden, all out this fall making strategic appearances around this law. they're going to be tracking those enrollments, looking at it as a political campaign, where they're weak, where they feed to be and they will be sending officials based on how people are signing up. >> you know, i'm looking also at other stories in politico, one of your top stories, nancy pelosi, the hawk, tells barack obama to act on syria. isn't that interesting? the names of -- have changed here when it comes to hawks asking for military force. >> it's really true. and what we're hearing from congress is that they wish that they had been more involved in this conversation. the president talking with speaker boehner yesterday. but certainly on the republican side they feel it's too late and you have this fascinating dynamic of speaker pelosi who during the bush years, of course, was opposed to interven
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